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Lloyd Oxendine Walks On
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White House Paid Native Woman Less Than Man for Job
When Alaska Native citizen Raina Thiele took over for Navajo Nation citizen Charlie Galbraith at the White House as Associate Director of Intergovernmental Affairs early this year,...
Pushing Obama to Appoint a Tribal Economic Development Council
American Indian leaders and Native-focused legislators are pushing President Barack Obama to use his executive powers to establish a tribal economic development council made up of ...
Interview: How Tester’s Sen. Committee on Indian Affairs Will Shake Things Up
In comparison to predecessors who have led the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Jon Tester (D-Montana) is a different creature...
Sen. Heitkamp Reflects on Historic Presidential Visit to North Dakota
In the wake of the historic Presidential visit to Indian country by President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama, Senator Heidi Heitkamp [D-ND], talked to ICTMN about being...
SCIA: 30 Years of Working for Indian Country
Chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Jon Tester (D-Mon.) released the following statement regarding the 30th Anniversary of the Committee on June 17: “The Indian Affa...
Senator Walsh’s No Nonsense Approach to Resolving Cobell
The Missing Native Vote and the Senate at Stake?
Wandering Medicine v. McCulloch, is a voting rights case in Montana that Stephanie Woodard has covered extensively for ICTMN...
Tester Aims to Fight Homelessness Among Native Veterans
Jon Tester’s Office Release
Senator Jon Tester is helping to launch a new initiative to fight homelessness among Native American veterans...
Diane Humetewa, Confirmed to Federal Bench, Makes History
The Senate voted unanimously May 14 to confirm Diane Humetewa to become a judge for the U.S...
Preserving Culture: 6 Early Childhood Language Immersion Programs
Tanya H. Lee
Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Chairman Jon Tester, D-Montana, introduced the Native Language Immersion Student Achievement Act in January...
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